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Album: You Make Me Brave (Studio Version) - Single

Artist: Bethel Music & Amanda Cook

  • Genre: Christian
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

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Tracklist For You Make Me Brave (Studio Version) - Single By Artist Bethel Music & Amanda Cook

Title Artist Time
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You Make Me Brave (Studio Vers Bethel Music & Amanda Cook 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For You Make Me Brave (Studio Version) - Single By Artist Bethel Music & Amanda Cook

  • Love this song

    5
    By Oxsheilaxo
    Amazing. God is so good!
  • live stereo instrumental track

    4
    By Sky man 20
    I can't wait for the live stereo track performance without vocals in it maybe background vocals mixed in with the live audio sound like in the listening 😜 please work on that Bethel music would be a great sell🎉
  • Sounds amazing

    5
    By Yoyodraw
    Like the different version. :)
  • Love it sounds great

    5
    By Jesuslover123123123123123
    Love this song and am ready to hear more from Bethel music they have a crazy passion for God and are showing it to the world
  • Love it

    5
    By Toatstan
    I love the song and love Bethel's love and passion for God can't wait to hear more:)
  • Bethel music is always great

    4
    By callenb
    Gave it 4 stars only because the live version gets a 5.
  • Studio sounds even better!

    5
    By Music lover2014
    This song was golden from day one, but studio sounds even better! How is this song not on the radio?!

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